KCM cameras will capture the rapturous sounds of the Kenosha Symphony Orchestra on Saturday, April 29th at Reuther Auditorium, as the KSO performs its final concert of the 2016-2017 season, From Russia with Love. The concert's program includes
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Jason Rimkus, Media Coordinator at KCM, visits with Mary Cardona, Executive Director of Wisconsin Community Media, during WCM's 2017 Spring Conference in Milwaukee, WI. Learn more about WCM at www.wisconsincommunitymedia.com/
KCM and Wisconsin Community Media were pleased to welcome Mike Wassenaar , President of the Alliance for Community Media, to the WCM Spring Conference at the Holiday Inn Milwaukee Riverfront. Our own Jason Rimkus sat down with Mike Wassenaar for this interview. Learn about ACM at www.allcommunitymedia.org/
Watch your local superheroes battle for a great cause, the Kenosha Literacy Council, at the 2017 edition of the Corporate Spelling Bee. This year's event took place on April 7th at the Madrigrano Conference Center on Kenosha's Gateway Technical College campus. KCM was proud to provide coverage of the Spelling Bee.
KCM will provide coverage of the Kenosha Literacy Council's Corporate Spellng Bee on Friday, April 7, 2017 at the Madrigrano Conference Center on the Gateway campus in Kenosha, WI. Look for it soon on Spectrum Channel 14, our YouTube channel, Facebook page, and on this website.
The Spelling Bee is Kenosha Literacy Council's biggest fundraiser of the year! 100% of the proceeds from the Spelling Bee support KLC’s English literacy programs. Teams from local organizations and businesses enjoy good-natured competition while raising much-needed funds for KLC. The Spelling Bee is a spectator sport with up to twelve teams of adults competing against each other in elimination rounds until the winning team is left.
This event features be delicious hors d’oeuvres, desserts and a cash bar. Other activities include a silent auction with a wide variety of baskets and gift certificates and a fantastic raffle. Visit the Kenosha Literacy Council online at www.kenoshalit.org/
The Susan B. Anthony-Women of Influence Award Dinner took place on March 24, 2017 in order to recognize and honor Kenosha County women and organizations who work toward and promote the goal of equality for women. The proceeds from the event benefit a scholarship fund for women returning to school for a baccalaureate degree and a Grant Program for Kenosha County organizations that provide support to women and children. The 2017 event presented a Lifetime Achievement Award to the Honorable Mary K. Wagner.
KCM was proud to cover this event. Watch it here or on Spectrum Channel 14, Tuesdays at 2:00pm and Saturdays at 3:00pm. Also available via live stream from our website on these dates/times: www.kenosha.org.
This event was co-sponsored by the Kenosha Women's Network.
Mike Wassenaar, President & CEO of Alliance for Community Media (ACM) spoke on Friday, March 10, 2017 in Fresno, California on the future of community media. In a message to ACM members, he wrote that through his speech, "[he] outlined factors that will affect our success and significant challenges that lie ahead - and the need for our organizations to adapt and be resilient if we believe our missions should endure."
KCM will provide video coverage of the Susan B. Anthony Women of Influence Awards, taking place on Friday, March 24 at Madrigrano Marina Shores. Coverage will air lateron KCM channel 14 (Spectrum) and also be available via live stream on this website, and on the KCM channel on YouTube.
KCM provided video coverage of the Kenosha Symphony Orchestra when it performed on Saturday, February 25, 2017 at Reuther Auditorium. Musical guest was guitarist David Maldonado, who was joined by flamenco dancer, Ania La Candela.
Would you like to have a computer at home, along with Internet access? Enroll in the Kenosha Public Library's Kenosha Connects program. You'll be outfitted for six weeks with a Chromebook laptop and provided an Internet hotspot. Training with Library staff required. Sign up by calling 564-6130 or visit Kenosha Connects at the Library website, www.mykpl.info.
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